Tuesday, 09 August 2011 13:34
Cougars will be among the items members of the Utah Wildlife Board discuss when they meet in Salt Lake City on Aug. 18, 2011.
The board is expected to approve rules and permit numbers for the state's upcoming cougar hunt.
The meeting begins at 9 a.m. at the Department of Natural Resources, 1594 W. North Temple. The public is invited and encouraged to attend.
If you can't attend the meeting, you can listen to it online.
The following is the meeting agenda:
Utah Wildlife Board Meeting
1594 W. North Temple
Salt Lake City
meeting begins at 9 a.m.
1 Approval of Agenda — ACTION- Del Brady, Chairman
2 Approval of Minutes — ACTION- Del Brady, Chairman
3 Old Business/Action Log — CONTINGENT- Ernie Perkins, Vice-Chair
4 DWR Update — INFORMATION- Jim Karpowitz, DWR Director
5 Board Variances - Time Certain 9:30 am — ACTION
6 Waterfowl Guidebook and Rule R657-09 — ACTION- Justin Dolling, Waterfowl/Upland Game Coordinator
7 Cougar Management Plan and Revised Harvest Recommendations — ACTION- Kevin Bunnell, Wildlife Section Chief
8 Managing Predatory Wildlife Species Policy W1AG-04 — ACTION- Kevin Bunnell, Wildlife Section Chief
9 Bobcat Harvest Recommendations — ACTION- Kevin Bunnell, Wildlife Section Chief
10 CIP Rule Amendment R657-3 — ACTION- Kevin Bunnell, Wildlife Section Chief
11 Walk-in Access Rule Amendment R657-56 — ACTION- Leslie McFarlane, Walk-in Access Coordinator
12 FY 2013 Fee Schedule — ACTION- Greg Sheehan, Administrative Services Chief
13 Convention Permit Audit — ACTION- Greg Sheehan, Administrative Services Chief
14 Convention Permit Allocation — ACTION- Alan Clark, Assistant Director
15 Falconry 5-day Non-Resident Meet License request — ACTION- Jim Parrish, Avian Program Coordinator
16 Other Business — CONTINGENT- Del Brady, Chairman
In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, persons needing special accommodations (including auxiliary communicative aids and services) for this meeting should contact Staci Coons at 801-538-4718, giving her at least five working days notice.
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